Tuesday, November 15, 2011


One of my favorite places in Rome was the Pantheon. It had such an historic feel to it and I loved the interplay of light shining through the oculus and magnifying the dimensional aspects of the architecture.

This shot of the Pantheon captured the multifaceted qualities of Light as it is experienced with limited, finite perception.

This piece was part of a group exhibit at Anderson Creative entitled "Into the Light," which used the metaphor of light to explore aspects ranging from physical to the spiritual perceptions and understandings of light. It is currently on exhibit in my studio, Michele Waalkes ARTS located in 2nd April galerie at 324 Cleveland Ave. NW, Canton, OH 44702.

Size: (h x w) 18" x 24"
Media: Original digital print, matted & framed

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